If you were thinking the upcoming The Mummy movie was going to be just another rehash of The Mummy franchise starring Brendan Fraser, guess again. Universal Pictures is reviving their Universal Monsters franchise with a teaser for the upcoming Tom Cruise flick.
Sunday started off with a bang with the release of the title, trailer, and poster for the next installment in the Mission: Impossible series, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation.
I haven’t had a chance to follow all the news regarding Tom Cruise’s Edge of Tomorrow, which opened this weekend, but perhaps you have. Lt. Col. Bill Cage is an officer who has never seen a day of combat when he is unceremoniously dropped into what amounts to a suicide mission. Killed within minutes, Cage now finds himself inexplicably thrown into a time loop – forcing him to live out the same brutal combat over and over, fighting and dying again – and again. But with each battle, Cage becomes able to engage the adversaries with increasing skill, alongside Special
Press Release VIZ Media’s Haikasoru literary imprint supports the upcoming release of the gripping sci-fi action film, Edge of Tomorrow with the release of an official movie tie-in novel on April 29th. The new EDGE OF TOMORROW paperback release will carry an MSRP of $7.99 U.S. / $9.99 CAN. The book features a cover with the official movie poster featuring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt in their title roles from the film. The EDGE OF TOMORROW novel was written by Japanese author Hiroshi Sakurazaka, and was previously published as ALL YOU NEED IS KILL.
While the biggest news to come from the Warner Bros. Hall H panel was certainly the announcement of the Man of Steel sequel to include Batman, the Tom Cruise leading Edge of Tomorrow had footage shown and was discussed. Following the panel WB’s official Twitter account sent out a character poster featuring Cruise.
Arriving in stores today is Tom Cruise’s latest feature film; Jack Reacher. A homicide investigator digs deeper into a case involving a trained military sniper who shot five random victims. We want to know what you think! Use the comment section below to share your thoughts, ideas, praise, and criticism. Does Cruise live up to the fictional character, or is he even better than the book? Is this the launching point for the next Cruise franchise?
In this issue: $3.99! Too much to pay for a comic… or FAR too much to pay for a comic? The mysterious troubadour revealed! Two men will enter, one man will leave, but both men will make more money than all three of us put together. Also on tap: News you can use, reviews to he’p you choose, the pop culture blues, Deadpool’s dancing shoes, ain’t go no Tom Cruise, and the dreaded Ess- Ee-Ecks gets dragged out of the backseat of the Yaris and into the light, as we look as Super Happy Adult Fun Time Activities in comic
Well, this canâ€™t be good Over the years, DC has put together some really great couples.Â Clark and Lois, Ralph and Sue, Ollie and Dinah, Batman and Robin. No, wait… Way back when Tom Cruise was telling Renee Zellweger that she completes him, Wally West was proclaiming to Linda Park that she was his anchor; the one and only thing that keeps him from completely falling apart.Â Itâ€™s a crisis year isnâ€™t it?Â And Flashes tend to die, but no one said anything about their loved ones.Â I sense a dark disturbance in the Speed Force.
The Hollywood Reporter has Tom Cruise and Sam Raimi teaming up to adapt DC/Wildstorm comics Sleeper for the big screen. Written by Ed Brubaker with art by Sean Phillips, “Sleeper,” which ran from 2003-05, centers on an operative whose fusion with an alien artifact makes him impervious to pain and allows him to pass it on to others through skin contact. He is placed undercover in a villainous organization by an intelligence agency and falls for a member of the group, named Miss Misery. While it is still up in the air on if Cruise will mearly producer or if
Iâ€™m not sure anyone reviewed Titans #2 here at Major Spoilers (probably for the best), as there was a lot of ill-feeling towards the second issue in this, DCâ€™s attempt to reunite its ’80â€™s classic. Subsequently, there is a certain measure of slack that can be cut considering that DC is starting off telling a new story from page one (for a given value of â€œnew storyâ€).